Rob and Ashlie look at ways to use the words ‘if’, ‘what if’, ‘already’ and ‘nap’.

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Thank you very much

hello
i wanted to learn everything about conditional sentences because they make me problems everytime so if there is a article about it in ur site or any help would be appreciated Thank U and by the way this is the greatest english site i`ve ever seen

Hello StrangeGr,

You can find links to grammar sections on our grammar pages: here (use the link to go to 'verbs' and look for 'verbs in time clauses and if clauses') and here (look for the link to conditionals 1 and 2.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Yes I think so! But is there any transkrip? I can't see.

Hello aybi,

We provide transcripts for all of the other parts of Word on the Street, but not for the Language Focus sections. It is something we may consider adding in the future but it is a lot of extra work to prepare them and we are already very busy!

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Is there an error in the 3rd question of Task 1? It is the use of the article 'a' with the word 'bus'. I remember learning on this site that we don't use articles with modes of transportation. Please clarify.

Hello AdityaAgrwl,

It is quite possible to use articles with modes of transport in phrases such as 'take a bus' or 'catch the bus'. What I guess you are remembering are phrases using prepositions to describe how a person travels. In this case we do not use articles:

by bus / by car / by bike

but

on foot

I hope that answers your question.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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